JANUARY, 2011

Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick and Rep. Pete Sessions skipped their oath of office to improperly host a fundraiser in the U.S. Capitol.

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FEBRUARY, 2011

Congressional investigators allege Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon received a preferential loan not available to ordinary borrowers.

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MARCH, 2011

Rep. Scott Tipton may have violated House Ethics rules three times as a freshman Member of Congress.

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APRIL, 2011

Reports indicate that the FBI may be investigating Rep. Gary Miller for tax evasion.

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MAY, 2011

Rep. Frank Guinta "forgot" to disclose a "mystery" bank account worth as much as $500,000.

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JUNE, 2011

Rep. Charlie Bass may have improperly used his office to promote a tax rebate program that would have benefited a family member's company.

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JULY, 2011

Rep. Stephen Fincher violated campaign finance law.                                 



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AUGUST, 2011

The New York Times took Rep. Darrell Issa to task for using his public office for personal gain.

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SEPTEMBER, 2011

Rep. Joe Walsh may owe more than $100,000 in child support payments to his ex-wife and three children.

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OCTOBER, 2011

Rep. David Rivera is under simultaneous state and federal investigations for his involvement promoting slot machines and a contract awarded to a company controlled by his mother.

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NOVEMBER, 2011

Karl Rove's protégé, Rep. Tim Griffin, led an effort to suppress African American voter turnout and was intimately involved in the firings of nonpartisan U.S. attorneys for nefarious political reasons.

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DECEMBER, 2011

Rep. Pete Sessions may be under a House Ethics Committee investigation for receiving a preferential loan not available to ordinary borrowers.

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